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Production

The Wire

Calrec: Craft Interview, John Hunter, A1 Mixer

A freelance audio engineer (A1) for Dome Productions in Canada, John Hunterfirst discovered his passion for audio with live music. Eventually, his path led him to sports and he (in normal times) mixes every Toronto Raptors home game on...

Recording

Studio Showcase: The Record House

Following years working at Interscope Records’ studio, Mert Ozcan went on to co-found The Record House. Now armed with a brand-new Dolby Atmos mix room outfitted by studio acoustics designer DHDI, the boutique studio has become a creative collective...

Blogs

The Ballad of Tommy LiPuma – Book Review

The new book, 'The Ballad of Tommy LiPuma,' features household names, mobsters, poor life choices, big laughs and, most of all, a lifetime’s worth of insight and advice on what it takes to be a world-class record producer.

Music Production

Sure Sure Brings It All Back Home

Something akin to a mashup of Steely Dan and Talking Heads, Sure Sure have been living together since 2014, mixing, engineering and producing all their own music in their home studio.

Blogs

Follow Podcasting’s Path—or Blaze It Yourself

The exploding podcasting market is a great business opportunity for recording studios, engineers and other audio pros to provide their production services—or to start their own shows—but it takes more than audio gear and engineering skills to ride this...

Music Production

Back to The Futureheads

By Steve Harvey. Barry Hyde of UK post-post-punk band the Futureheads talks about recording the band’s self-produced new album—its first in six years—at the group’s home away from home, First Avenue Studios in England.

Music, Etc

Music, Etc.: Craig Leon

By Jacques Sonyieux. Craig Leon dishes on producing the Ramones, his favorite folk music influences and his new synth epic, Anthology of Interplanetary Folk Music, Vol. 2: The Canon.

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